Since 2003, the "Barry Gibb Talk Show" sketches on 'SNL' have popped up whenever Justin Timberlake or Jimmy Fallon have appeared on the show, with Fallon playing Bee Gees lead singer Bary Gibb and Timberlake taking on his brother, Robin Gibb. The last time we saw these characters was in 2011 and its return seemed unlikely following the death of Robin Gibb in 2012. However, the sketch made its big return last night and it brought a handful of surprise cameos along for the ride.
Few guest performers seem to get 'SNL' quite like Justin Timberlake, who has a wonderful habit of showing up on the stage and creating classic sketches and characters with seemingly no effort. In most cases, he would easily overshadow the actual guest host, but when that guest host is show alum (and current late night superstar) Jimmy Fallon, there is less overshadowing and more comedic awesomeness.
'SNL' veteran Jimmy Fallon returns to the 30 Rock stage tonight for a very special episode -- that's right, we're just a few days away from Christmas, it's the last episode of 'SNL' of the year, and Justin Timberlake is the musical guest, so we're sure Fallon and the crew have all kinds of surprises in store tonight! We can't wait to see what -- or who -- might pop up on tonight's all new episode. Will Fallon fall back into his old habit of cracking up mid-sketch? Will Horatio Sanz make an appearance? Read on for our recap and review of the last 'SNL' of 2013!
John Goodman may have coasted in his 13th 'SNL' installment this past weekend, but has the year-ender ever let us down? Alumni and future 'Tonight Show' host Jimmy Fallon's latest promos have arrived, but with musical guest Justin Timberlake delayed by weather, can we expect a satisfying closer this year?
Excited as we are to see 'The Hunger Games' star Josh Hutcherson volunteer as tribute this coming weekend, we had to wonder who 'SNL' would recruit for its December run. That answer has finally arrived with a resounding Paul Rudd, John Goodman, and a dual feature with 'SNL' alum Jimmy Fallon and Justin Timberlake, not to mention the musical guests!
We're still not quite sure if we're ready to laugh at 'Breaking Bad' when AMC moves forward on the 'Better Call Saul' spinoff, but fortunately Jimmy Fallon knows just how to strike the tone. Fallon's latest 'Late Night' parody sees the future 'Tonight Show' host "Joking Bad" with some incredible and surprising cameos, the best way to start your morning.
It's no secret that 'Breaking Bad''s final premiere episode "Blood Money" knocked the socks off fans and critics alike, effectively doubling its viewership since last year's season 5 premiere "Live Free or Die." And while the AMC drama continues riding high in its final eight episodes, the web has responded in kind with a new Jimmy Fallon spoof in the works, and an animated adaptation of Badger (Brandon Mayhew)'s hilarious 'Star Trek' pitch!
Well, there's no stopping the train now, knock on wood. It will be some months until reigning late night king Jay Leno abdicates the 'Tonight Show' throne to Jimmy Fallon, changing the title to 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon' in the process, but at long last, Leno finally has his official February exit date.
With the dust from the purported "Late Night Wars" now settled, 'SNL' vet and 'Late Show' host Jimmy Fallon is set to take over 'The Tonight Show' from Jay Leno come spring 2014, but what changes to the franchise can fans expect? Apart from the major move from Los Angeles back to New York, what other modifications has Fallon made to 'The Tonight Show'?
Just before the weekend we showed you a preview of Jimmy Fallon's latest 'Late Night' parody for 'Game of Thrones' "Game of Desks," in which the future 'Tonight Show' host transformed NBC's Rockefeller plaza into the world of Westeros (or "Rockefell," to be more accurate), featuring Fallon as Ned Stark himself with a host of other characters. The full video has made its way online, so check out the 'Game of Thrones' parody "Game of Desks"!